What’s Mine Is Mine
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What’s Mine Is Mine

Lessons from the Temptation of Jesus I have recently decided to read through the gospels again. I have been advised by many wise men and women of God that it is always a good thing to reacquaint oneself with the person of Jesus Christ, through these faithful accounts of His life. Early in the gospel...

The House Hunter
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The House Hunter

When a person is looking to buy a property, it is common sense that the potential buyer to take a look at the property before they buy it. They may choose to view it a few times, just to make sure that it is exactly what they want before taking ownership. They would look into...

The Cart Before the Horse
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The Cart Before the Horse

If you or I were visiting a farm, we would expect to see many things. Maybe some sheep eating grass, cows being milked, pigs eating their swill. But if you saw a cart being pushed by a horse, you would probably take a second look. Why would you take a second look? Because the cart...

I doubt it…
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I doubt it…

In this world of conflicting ideas and philosophies where many do not acknowledge the Lordship of Christ, or even the existence of God, Christians may struggle with doubt and unbelief. It is not just an issue faced by the young; in our workplaces, places of study and communities, we are all bombarded by world views,...

Godly Direction
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Godly Direction

The car satellite navigation system is an amazing piece of technology. All you need to do before setting off on your journey is to type in the name of the road or street where you are going and then type in your postcode or zip code. Then in a few moments you have your journey...

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Loyalty

…a strong feeling of support or allegiance… Loyalty, loyalty, loyalty. I know, you probably haven’t heard the word for a long time. Let me think… That’s right, the last time I heard the word ‘loyalty’ thrown about was whilst I was watching Sky Sports News. It must have been during the Christmas period, a certain...

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Open Eyes To See And Enter The Open Door!

[column width=”1/1″ last=”true” title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] We are at a time in life again where history is for those who make them and not those who talk about history of others. With events happening all around the world, the world is looking for those who have solutions to their problems and I believe where...

Serving God with a Heart of Pride
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Serving God with a Heart of Pride

[column width=”1/1″ last=”true” title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] Recently, I received a phone call from someone I consider a very close friend. The call started the usual way our conversations do, checking if the other was okay, catching up about the past week’s events and challenges. However, the conversation soon took a more serious tone. My...

The Baton
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The Baton

[column width=”1/1″ last=”true” title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] I like watching athletics on TV in particular the 4x 100 metre relay race. It tells me about being in the right place at the right time. The team that wins the race is often the one who has run the fastest and mastered the art of releasing...

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Love Transforms

[column width=”1/1″ last=”true” title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] “Love endures (God’s kind of love) with patience and serenity, love is kind…” 1 Corinthians 13:4 (AMP) Every day I work alongside people who find themselves at the fringes and margins of society because of their mental illness. For most of these people, living with a mental illness...